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Currencies - Daily Update

Sterling shrugs off Brexit developments but can it shrug off rising political criticism of the BoE

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GBP: UK ministers join criticism of the BoE - several unnamed UK Cabinet ministers over the weekend are seen adding their voices to criticism of the BoE over its handling of the pandemic recovery and associated spike in inflation.
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Currencies - Daily Update

US data supports the Fed’s current view of raising rates by no more than 50bps

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USD: University of Michigan consumer sentiment falls sharply, inflation expectations remain unchanged – the May University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment index (preliminary) drops to 59.1 from April’s 65.2, much lower than consensus looking for 64.
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Currencies - Daily Update

UK GDP weakness re-affirms challenges ahead

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Currencies - Daily Update

An above consensus US CPI inflation points to more broad-based pressures

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USD: US core CPI rises a solid 0.57%MoM in April, stronger than the 0.40% increase consensus expected but which brings the Y/Y reading from 6.5% in March to 6.2% (consensus had expected an even lower outcome of 6.0%).
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Currencies - Daily Update

Australia - strong retail sales & business conditions; overall inflationary pressures to persist

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AUD: Australia’s real quarterly retail volumes rise 1.2% (consensus; 1.0%) in Q1 and on a nominal basis, retail turnover is up 2.9%.
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Currencies - Daily Update

Making sense of the recent markets price action

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USD: The start of this week sees notable nervousness in markets, with questions being asked about the Fed’s ability to reign in inflation concerns without risking a recession.
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